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IE 10 issue with SRM

Hi Experts 😊

We've just updated our IE to 10.

We're on SRM 7.02 SP 7 & Portal 7.3 SP 10.

Most things are working well on the new IE version.

However, certain things like the yellow tabs below just don't seem to respond to clicks...

We're able to create an RFx using the create RFx button on the left.

However, clicking directly on the RFx to view it also does not work....

HTTPWatch does not report any errors...there's no circle spinning, nothing...its as if its just not doing anything...

Please do advise if there's some setting somewhere we may have missed (all IE security settings etc. have been tried, but to no avail)...

Thanks a lot !


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    Posted on Jul 17, 2014 at 01:44 AM

    Use compatibility view options.

    But its work fine in IE9 recommended.



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      Hi Ankit,

      Thanks for the reply...

      We've tried that as well, but it doesn't work.

      PAM reports IE 10 is supported for our SP levels...hence, not sure what we're missing...

      Also, all the other buttons work Ok...its only these that don't respond...

      Thanks a lot !


  • Posted on Jul 17, 2014 at 05:07 AM

    Hello Saba,

    Good to see that you are trying to use IE10 but would like to inform you that we are also working on SRM 7.02 SP 8 recently upgraded and it was recommended to use IE9 instead of IE10 . Right now after portal upgrade we are testing on IE11 . But IE10 doesn't support few functionalities . Let me know if you are using SSO for IE as well. Have you tried with advance settings for IE10 😊 check out and the proceed.

    Will recommend you to go for IE9 or better to IE11.


    Gaurav Gautam

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